Martha Patricia Ontiveros-Uribe

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BACKGROUND Rhythm disturbances are a frequent clinical manifestation of depression. In recent years a possible relationship between depression and chronotypes has emerged. Specifically eveningness has been proposed as vulnerability factor. The aim of this study was to describe sleep features of depressed patients according to chronotypes and to explore(More)
BACKGROUND Classification of Psychiatric Emergency Presentations (PEP) is not sufficiently clear due to their inherent high inter-subjectivity and lack of validated triage instruments. In order to improve current classification of psychiatric emergency presentations (PEP) at Emergency Departments, we implemented and validated the Color-Risk Psychiatric(More)
Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative and progressive disease caused by the loss of dopaminergic neurons of the substantia nigra in the midbrain. Its manifestations are: tremors at rest, stiffness and slowness of the movements, alterations in posture and gait. The early appearance of memory problems or hallucinations, not caused by the treatment, indicates(More)
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